Daniela (b.1996) was born in Peru and raised between Lima and Australia. She focuses her work on socio-cultural issues on gender and social justice through emotions and sensations conveyed visually. Daniela's interests are within post conflict, health, inequality and displacement with a personal fascination on the complexities of identity and how memory influences youth, culture and history. Daniela graduated from NYU in Fine Art and Comparative Literature on Politics and Post-Colonialism, which have influenced the way she approaches her work in journalism and photography. 

Daniela is a member of Native Agency , Authority Collective, Diversify Photo and a 2021 Mentee with WomenPhotograph. 

She is available for assignments. 

Based between Australia and Brazil. Currently in Australia.

- Awarded Emerging Scholarship "Photo Made" for Silence of Dawn, Lucie Foundation
- Shortlisted, PhMuseum Women Photographers Grant 
Photo Vogue Festival - Digital Portfolio Review
The FotoEvidence Workshop, France
- Eddie Adams XXXIV Workshop
- Mentee, Women Photograph Mentorship Program 2021

Shortlisted, Emerging Artist Scholarship, Lucie Foundation
- FinalistCritical Mass, PhotoLucida, Portland
- Guest Curator, Everyday Latin America

- The Washington Post (assignment), How the coronavirus pandemic set back women's progress in the global workforce
- The Washington Post (assignment), Remote learning is deepening the divide between rich and poor
- Harvard Review of Latin America,  Living within the Collapsed Myth of Multiculturalism: Afro-descendent women during Covid-19
- Artwork in Flamantes #19, Libro de Artistas, Madrid
- Journal ESFERAS,  ¿Para qué sueñas? Identidad, imágenes y movimiento
- The Guardian, 'Separation by sex': gendered lockdown fuelling hate crimes
- The Guardian, Guinea Pig meat returns to the plates of Peru
- Observer/New Review, Seaside sentries: Britain's coastal navigation markers – in pictures
- The Guardian, UK pledges £2m to help end stigma and shame of period poverty
- ESFERAS Issue 8/Spring, "Precariedad/Precariousness" Movimiento y Migración (p.17)


- 2022 Rotterdam Photo Festival
- 2021 Photo Vogue Festival with PhMuseum, Milan, Italy
- 2021 Festival Internacional de Fotografia de Valparaiso, Chile
OYC 2021 Final Exhibition at ICP
- Draw A Line, A Safe Space Virtual Gallery, UN Women UK
- ShutterHub UK, Gallery 5&33, Amsterdam, The Netherlands 
Special Mention, Rotterdam Photo Festival (online)
- #ICPConcerned Global Images for Global Crisis, International Center of Photography, New York
- KONTINUUM, Kleine Humboldt Galerie, Berlin, Germany 
- Final Exhibition of Grad Dip, Royal College of Art, London, UK
- Project Space Exhibition, Abu Dhabi, UAE
- "Mujeres" by Aguafuerte Galería, Mexico City, Mexico
Buenos Aires Photo with Galería Imaginario, Buenos Aires, Argentina

- Picture Berlin, Re-Imagining Wanders, Berlin, Germany

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